Wilson hails striker Cox

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Swindon manager Danny Wilson was full of praise for goalscorer Simon Cox as the Robins held Leicester to a 1-1 draw.

It was a 19th goal of the season for Cox, who joined Swindon from Reading in a £200,000 move 14 months ago.

Wilson said: "We've already had one offer for him from Huddersfield and we don't want any more! He's bright, sharp, scores goals and has all the hallmarks of becoming a very good player."

The Robins boss is confident his team will escape relegation but has called on his players not to get complacent.

He added: "If we believe in ourselves and show strength of character we will get out of trouble.

"If we keep picking up points like this we'll soon start to build up our confidence, but we can't get too carried away because we now have hard games against Millwall and Scunthorpe to come."

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